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the wASHUvraTOr times, sat ttbb at, apjml 27, 1895. S2: Moses Corner. Storage News. Splendid Facilities. Our Storage Warehouses Are up 011 2 2d St., near M. You've seeu them, probabty. Great, big, substantial-looking fit enough to hold and protect the things you're fondest of and want most to preserve. The upper floors are divided off into little, bigr and medium-sized rooms, to rent to 3' on private ly if you -wish and these rooms are largety under your control. The charges of rental are small, the security afforded considered. Wo store lots of Carpels horo have special rcoms for tboiu.' And wo cloan Carpets, loo by a faultless proc ess of our own. I MOSES Sn F and 11th Streets. Storago Warehouses, 22d St, near M. Town Talk! - Our Window Dlspla Whorecan you find such a fl'io assortment SlLVJQt 2MCLT BITCKL1 S-wiih 'k web b ashore? Not in Wasbinitcu LONG SILVKU CHAINS w th Innro II LOCKETS. 1 licet? are all the rage now. hate tho best stock. C. H. DAV JEWELER. 1105FST.N cironcH NOTirns SIXTH FRIISBYTERIAN CHUR' and G streets eoulhwtfet. rca nn, pastor at 11 a. m , Tne wort'j of 7 30 p. in.. "A et&rtling coi 'eotion to totlov ' Sunday t i ool i) JO . Pastor's Bible Class 9 45 a. in CL Endeavor ejHMsal meeting at G 30 A cordial invitation to t'.ose haM Etatod place of worship, itcv Skoiiwyer, pastor, 936 B bt. bw RYLANI) M. E. CIirRCH 9 13 Sunday School. 11 a in , Ly i "lf'o S 3d Harteock. D. D., -"The future ofthectoureh." 3p m ,Tcrnpcr.iuccmi led by Geod Templars. G 30 p m . 6. C. E 7 15 p. m., 'A priceless j Welcome. VERMONT AVENUE CniUS CHUKCH Pastor F. I). Power a. in.. "God s glory In ihesea. at Her. W. W. Van Arsdnlc. Sunday 9 30 a. m.; Y.P. S. C. E., 7 p free to all. UN1VERSAEIST Church of 0 corner Thirteenth and L streets i Dr. Rogers preaches at 11 a. p. in. Sunday-school, 9 45 a. l of Christian Endeavor, 30 p. inc. "At tho door of the tem beautiful." Ev-uieg. the first i course of illustrated sermons Pilgrim's Progress." "A brief. V of Bunyan's life; departure of C early incidents in the pilgrim: FIFTH CONGREGATIONAL C corner Eigiith and I streets no Preadring at 11 a. m. and 7 30 the pastor, Rev. A. Reoch. O nion to the children preceding the noniiig: Sunday-sthool at 9 Junior Ciiribtiaii Endcarcr, 3 3 aitu ft i .ika'! vi i u j UNITARIAN All Souls' Ch tconth and L Btreets. Bev, PBtnam "will preach at 11a. p. in. Sunday-fcehool and st 9 46 a, ra.; joung people s i p. m. THEOSOPHY. "Anger, Man's greatest encmics.j George M. Coffin Sunday r. Hall 419 Tenth street n Public inriled. THE AVALKER MEM CUEUCIl. Madisonstresi 15tn. Preaclmg at 11 sermon by pawor. Rev. m., by Bev W. P. Gi Bev. II C Robinson CENTRAL M. P. CI) "Don't worry." 8 p Invitation." Lecture 8, 6 p. m Come. ST. MARK'S PRO' pal cnnirn, cor. Boctor. Rev. A. J. GrB"Tested choir. The rertorhaving returned from a sojourn at AtJantie City, greatly benefited in health, will conduct regular Sunday ser ricos as follows Holy communion, 7 30 a. nr.- Morning prayer, with pennon, 11 a. m. Choral even song, with sermon, 7-30 p. m. All cordially imited, strangers es pecially b0. FIFTEENTH STREET M. E. CHURCH, cor. R iiw., Rev. W. W. Van Arsdale, ins tor. Sermon, 11 a. m.; subject, "The joy or reconciliation.' Sunday-school, 9:80 a. rn.; Epworth League, 6:30, and sermon, 7:30 p. m., by Rev. F. D. Power, pastor of Vermont Avenue Christian Church. PASTOR E. HEZ SWEM invites all to hoar the successful evangelist, Percy G. ISIeom, who begins special j-xn-ices Sonday. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.45 p. m., and each jcning during the week Many prayers have been offered for the extra meetings; great blessings arc ex pected. Come and bring your unsaved relatives and friends. Free pews. Sec ond Baptist Church auditorium, 4th st and Va. ave. so. JiASTERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Maryland avenue and Sixth street north east, Bev. Thomas Chalmrs Easton, D.D., pastor, will preach at 11 a. m.; subject, 'The Two Strange Men, the Old and New Man," and at 7 30 p. m. , subject, "Roman ism," the fourth H-clur in the series; "LiiUrt and the Leos or Rome." to be fol lowed by others on "The Jesuits" Suu day school, 9 30 a. m.; Y. P. S. C. E., 3.30 p. m., and 6 30 p. m.; strangers cordially invited; pastor's residence, 308 Seventh street northeast. Suit to Change Title. Samuel T. Bispiiam yesterday filed a bill in Equitj Court, No. 1, against Emma E. S. Clark. Thomas Brown and Harry Brown, of Webb City. Mo., for the sale of a piece of real estate at No. 543 Fourth street soDtlK-aPt. The property is now held jointly by the parties to the suit. Holiio-4 3h via Ui- Southern ltnllw. Tlie Southern Railway announces a rate of oiu fun. for m - round tnp to delegates and visitors to the General Assembly of tho Presbytenau Church, which meets at Dal las, Texas, May 17Ui to 2Gth. Tickets on sale May 13th. 14th and 15th, good to return nnlll June 3d. Reduced rate tickets will also be plac-d on sale May 17th and ISth for the National Encamp ment of United Confederate Veterans at Houston. Texas, May 20th to 24th, valid for xetorn fifteen days from date of sale. For further information call on or write L. S. BROWN, General Agent Passenger Department, Washington, D. C. a2G.27-m3.,4,10,li Plankd had dinuers every week day at Marshall Hall. Steamer Macalestcr leaves at 10 a. m. Only twenty-four duys remain In "o-hloli to net ti Times gift hook vrilli a monthly fcubserlptlon. Better subscribe now. II HITS 1 Senators Beat the Phillies in a Remarkable Game. McGILL WAS SLAUGHTERED Tvro Pitchers "Went Into tho Eos for Vindi cation, tnt One Got tho Ax Kercor's Arm Was Like a Trip Hammer Abbey Earned Immortal Honors A Fino Crowd of Ladies Witnessed tho Sport Notes. Gnmes VoHtordny. Washington. 15: Philadelphia, 8. Baltimore. 12: Brooklyn, 6. New York, 14: Boston. 3. Pittsburg, 6: St. Louis. 0. G nines To-day. Brooklyn nt Washington. Philadelphia at New York. Boston at Baltimore. Ciiirago at Cincinnati. Pittsburg at St. LojIs. Cleveland lit Lou is vine. Everybody felt happy, and the popjjlfeiS on the bleachers were .very -h-iiafious in thc.r comments. But a change came In the fifth when Washincton went out in order and the Brotherly Lovers proceeded todo Mercer up. Hallman dropped a ball behind Joyce which three men tried Tor twit failed and "Billy" reached cecond. Hamilton flied Io Carlwright and Buckley 6ent Hallman home on a grounder to Selbach. Cross took two bass on a fehoot down the left line and then it was thought tiie proper caper to plich four wide balls to Thompson, tilling the baBcs. Sullivan upset thisfoxy scheme by cracking adaisycultertoccnter, winch gotaway from Abbey and three men scored, Sullivan reaching third. Boyle hit to Mercer who retired Sullivan at the plate, and McGill flicd to Abbey. SHOE BEGAN TO PINCH. Fou r run s and t he score six to five iu favor of Quakcrdom! Washington got even in the sixth. Mc Guirc and Cartwright dropped tlie neatest kind of short hits between fields in left, McGnire scoring, Mercer tieat out a bunt lo mini aim croons gouour uans; Joyce senia fly to Boyle, but Abbey earned immortal honors by driving the ball over second and sending Cartwright, Mercer and Crooks across the rubber, giving a lead that was never headed. Philadelphia responded to tills spurt by one run on Delehanty's fine double to left and Ballman'ssingleto center. McGnire nailed nallman's steal by a beautiful throw and Abbey made a sensa tional catch oCDamilton's liner. Clements, vvhb had replaced Buckley, bunted successfully and Cross gave Joyce one too slow to handle in ume, but Thomp son dumped a little one at the plate and was thrown out at first. Four hits and only one run was rather hard lucki Tho visitors got another in tlie seventh on Sullivan's base on balls. Crooks' error otf Boyle and McGiH's double to right center. The eighth -was a grand old final come and get us for McGill. ne gave three bases, was hit five times, and six runs were scored, three earned. Crooks started with a single, and got to third on Joyce's neat sacrifice, and .Abbey's out. Selbach drew a base, and Hassamer made his first hit into right, sending in two runs. McGill gave bases to the next two, and Nicholson drove them all in by a slash ing grounder, which hounded over Ham ilton's head and netted three bases. Mercer sent him in by a bunt, which he beat to first, and went to third oil Crooks' second lilt of the inning, where he was left as Jack "was caught in tryiug to make a double out of Ills single. Philadelphia had enough, and made no IttMluceil Ilutcs on the Itoyal "lllixe Lino. The B. & O. R, R. will sell excursion tickets to Baltimore and return for all trains, including 45-minute Royal Blue Line Flyers, Saturday and Sunday, April 27 and 28, good for rerurn until Monday, 29, at S1.25 for the round trip. ap22,24,26,27 SON. UHHi&Mra.HIH w. HBHngRpfflBHHH nHHHHHH ;lHH9nHjBHHHHJBIB laBRt HnTr iuBBbbBHBIBbb9b1bHIb9bbbH lBKlHV'1 Bl i AlEVBBBBlBHBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBH W? "S. rniflTli II 7 n!TrrMBMnilmllWMMTlMWnTfniIMWBlBMilBr jBBHJ r ,HBffi&5WSBa1HBBiBBHBBBHlBHBiBBBBfll nBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHaBBBBBB MODERN SLAVERY. The contract tabor system now in voguo on the Sandwich Islands renders its victims practically slaves. Tlioro are in fact many Tonus of slavery m modern timus. Hered itary environment enslaves mauy of our own people. A man may bocomc tho slavo of habit or disean. A man bound by tlio fetters of a terrible malady, is not capable of doing a cleat work or of onjoying tlip beauties of lifo. Many men, by overwork, indiscretion, ignorance, follies of many kinds, forge stiacWs for themselves, but they are slaves none tlie less. Such men should call themselves to order and solemnly sign a declaration of independence. Any man fourd in the fetters of disease may rind relief by consulting Br. It. A. Walker, tho eminent specialist now located in this city, no cures where otiiers fail. Head th'i jeweler's experience: Mr. Barry B. Koch, one of tho best known, most popular aud energetic of Washington's young business men, whoso handsome Jawelry cbtablishment is at the corner or Tliird street and Pennsylvania avenue southeast, and who resides at 323 C street southeast, in a statement sworn to before M. A. Uallenger, notary public, says he -was a sufferer lor years trom nervous dvspepaia and indigstiou or a catairhal nature. He tried doctor after doctor and sdl kinds of adveitiad remedies "without obtaining relir. Dr. Walker cured him. Rkhard McCloud of Moretown, Vt., writes: "Br. Walker has entirely cured me of chronic indigestion of seven years' standing. Be is the only doctor that ever lned me. I shall always recommend e sick to go to him, or write to him." uch eiithuMaslic testimonials are sur- ent guarantee that Br. Walker actually es all diseases of the brain aud nervous cm. diseases of lho skin and blood, irrh, j-exunl weakness, consumption, larla, rheumatism, dyspepsia, hemur- :iids, (Incases of women, and all affec- as or the heait, lungs, stomach, liver, llueys, bladder, bowels, and other organs. ung or middle-aged men, buffering from ' lesulis if their own follies, vices or i esses, or these about to marry, who are iscious of any impediments or disnuaii- il!')ns to a happy marriage, should con- Dr. walker. To leuch and reclaim h ui.f, rtuuatof has. been one of his aims, 1 he la, been the means of restoring idreiKi i hea lib aud happ'ins r. Walker may be consulted Tree or ry .it his well-known sanitarium, I Pennsylvania avenue, adjoining Wil l's ITulel Office hours, 10 a. m, io 5 :i.: Wednesday nud Rinrday ovenings, ) 8; Sundays, 10 to 3 2. et'er-. pr .upily ausvcred. Charges tuaiment viry low Ju interviews etrrt pondence sacredly confidential. ca i made public without consent of leiits ction to Keefe's cnllirg the game on jnt of darkness. The score. rt1in,'.on. AB B. H.PO.A. 1C. .ks.lib ' 5 3 3 13 2 e. 3b...... 4 0 0 0 2 0 v. cr U II 1 'k u LCtl.lf 4 2 a 2 U II aniT. rr u i x - " " air. c 4 J - - - vruht. lb 2 ,2 1 9 2 u olson. ss 5 2 2 2 a ii r. ii u 2 -j -z l u als 39 15 1C 2-413 4 ladelpr-ta. AB R II I'U.A. E. inly. It C 2 2 O 0 -0 ian.2b i i : j. .j w roii.cf.... 5 0 2 0 0 0 ilcy.c 3 l i J " uih. c a II 1 u u u . 3b 5 13 10 0 ipson. rf 3 2 0 2 0 0 an. ss ;t i a ,i u . lb 4 0 1 12 0 0 1. v 4 0 10 3 0 ol 39 8 1521 9 0 imrton ..0005040 015 deluhia .. 0 1 1 0 4 1 1 0 B ned runs Washington 11, Phjladel- 1. Twobaf-ehlts Cartwrlght.Delhan- oss. McGill. Ilallinan. Three bae hits ccr. Nicholson. Home runs Crooks, xcn. aaertrice mi jocc t-ioien Eelbach, Cartwnght. First base on -Bv Mercer 3. McGill 7. Fjrsr base on Philadelnlna 2. Left on liases lncton 7. Philadelphia to. Struck y ileum 4. Time or game s iirs., v Umpire Mr. Iveefe. . Notes TliiifWeroMuttod. o hands all around, boj;s. You did rbody was glnd to see Abbey re- is errors with a fcinsmng n:gm iiit In two runs wnsn uiey were l ceded. is no kick coming to anybody on iys game. lz and his whiskers were on the terms. .right-field fence is becomiug an islam to the bojs, wno arc araw- lown vciy fine. Icy made an excellent Impression iy. ills mrow to teconu v a lose on balls to Thompson would en great lieadwork had it suc- ullivan Epollcd tne coniDinaiiou. iliiHobull Chat. nd expects to sign Pitcher nod- was rarmeu out io x-ruvjueucc, ,ed to go to the Eastern League plains cf the Princeton and Cornell ave asKcu mi x uwi'ia iu ukih ii i-.mnirps io officiate at their in S:ittini.iv anil Mondav. Gafney ouably be selected. .nr, T-'.r-lr.c- Io n l)-ll. firnfl Tin IO Wiiim i i-iiurnfl ! rrnli' r lints from . r ,.,., , -ilT.ia flpnnil Ifftntrlc. "Mrin- Iter. N. H., Logausport, Ind.,andLouis- lson has started in on St. Louis as lgh he meant to get even wiui uic er ne lost jeario von uei .ajiu uu iuu s between cnicngo ana at. lajuis. same bet probably goes again this finnt Mnnnorer Ewinir has adopted a code of signals, by which he directs the movements of his men on tlie field. It is snid that he does not have to get on the coaching lines and shout his commands to tlie players, as Comiskey and Latham have done in jears gone by. He simply works a string of signs, something after the stjlc of tlie deaf and dumb language. Managerial eyes are uponGeorge Mahoney the big fellow who pitches for the George town College team. Hib remarkable per formance in the box against both Yaleand Princeton is the leading topic of comment m college baseball circles. Mahoney is not onlv a wonderful pitcher, but he caucatch as well as he can pitch, besides he is a clever man on fust base and one of the heaviest hitters in the college fraternity. riLKD 'Kit UP IN THE SIXTH. Pitcher Stein Did Wnll Until Then. Hut tlio Orioles Finally Found lllm. Baltimore, Md., April 26. Up to the sixth inning Stein kept the champions guess ing. In that inning, however, the Ori oles knocked out five singles, a double and two men -went to Ifirst on balls, and with the aid or an error netted eight runs. Borfer, formerly of tho Eastern League, pitched for the Orioles. Ucscntin a speedy and well-controlled ball. Brouthers being unwell, Carey, a new man, covered first base, and did hi work in a masterly man ner, putting out fifteen men. Griffin and LaChance did the best hit ting for the Brooklyns, each making a homo run. Aicuraw securcu rour singles auu a base on bafis In five times at bat. Jcn Qings accepted a number of difficult chances at a lightning gait. Threaten ing weather kept the attendance down to 3,300. The score: Baltimore. AB. R.H.PO.A.E. McGraw,3b 4 3 4 15 1 Kcelcr. r.f 5 12 10 0 Kclley.l. f 3 1 10 0 0 Carey, lb 4 1 1 15 0 0 Brodie. cf 5 3 3 10 0 Eeitz, 2b 4 10 2 4 0 Jennings, s.s 4 1 1 4 G 0 Robinson, c 4 10 3 0 0 Holfer. p 4 0 0 JO 1 0 Totals 37 1212 27 1G 1 Brooklyn. AB. B. H. PO.A.E. Grirfhi, c. f 5 1 1 1 0 0 LaChance. lb 5 2 3 11 0 1 Corcoran, s.s 5 0 116 2 Daly, 2b 4 0 14 3 0 Burns, 1. f 4 0 0 3 0 0 Tredway. r. f 4 0 10 0 1 Mulvey. 3b 4 12 3 10 Burrell, c 3 0 0 12 1 Stein, p 3 2 10 2 0 Totals 37 6 10 24 14 5 Baltimore.... 0 10 0 0 8 12 x 12 Brooklyn.... 100 30000 26 Earned runs Baltimore 5, Brooklyn 3. Two-base hits Mulvey, Stem, Jennings. Three-base hit Tredway. Home runs La Chance. Griffin. Sacrifice hits Eeitz 2, $ We have just one fault to find with our $10 Suits they're spoiling the sale of lots of higher priced ones. Guess we're selling as many as any two houses in the city and it's keeping our factory hustling keeping up sizes. The io Clay Worsted vSack and Cutaway Suits are the best values we've ever had been in busi ness 35 years, too. After you have one on, one man out of a hundred couldn't tell whether you paid $io or $25 they're cut so gracefully and 18 fit so faultlessly. Over 40 different mixtures in $10 Suits for those who don't like plain col fz ors and black and blue Cheviots and Serges for those who do. Cor. 7th and E Sts. Jennings. Griffin. Stolen bases McGraw 3. Robinson. Jennings, Brodie. Double Plays Jennings, ReiU and Carey. First base on ballb Off Hoffcr 2. orf Slein 5. Hit by pitched bail By Hoffcr 1. Struck out By Hoffr 2. Passed balls Burrell. Time 1 05. Umpires Murray and Long. "iVIJAON IlIBN'T I.AST. Only l'ltoliod Four iiiniiiKi nml Dolim I'MnlKlie.l for tins HuliMteK. New York. April 2G. In the New York Boston game to-day. Wilson, who made such a brilliant showing in Washington a few days ago, pitched for the Bostons. He only lasted four innings. Dolan, who took Wilson's place in the fifth inuliu. did fairly well. Lester German had Hie Beaneaters completely at his mercy. The half doen lilts they secured were badly scattered. Attendance. 3.TJ00. The score. Boston. AB. It. 11. P0.A.E. Lowe. 2b 5 0 2 4 G 0 Long. s. 8 5 0 112 2 Diffy.c. r 3 10 4 10 McCarthy. 1. f 4-00101 Nash. 3D 3 110 3 0 Tucker, lb 2 1 Oil 0 0 Collins . r. f 3 0 0 0 0 0 Ryau.c 4 0 13 3 2 Wilson. p 2 0 10 3 0 Dolan. p 2 0 0 0 0 0 Totals New York. Fuller, h. s Van Hallrcn.c. f Duvis.31) Boyle, lb Tierntu , r. r Stairord.2b Burke. 1. f Schrivor.c German, p -Je . 33 3 0 24 IS 5 AB. B. H. P0.A.E. 3 4 2 2 8 Tl ,421 100 .43321 0 . 5 0 3 13 0 0 .501400 ,410120 ,511200 3 0 2 2 O 0 .231010 Totals 35 14 14 27 12 1 Boston 0 0001200 03 New York ..1020014 0 x 1 1 Earned rans New York 5. First base by orrorj' New York I. Left on bases New York 5. First base on balls Off Wilson 5, orf liolnn 2. ofG German 4. Struck-out By Dolan 1. bv German 1. Two-base hits liavis 2. Doyle 2. Schrner. Sacrifice hits Schrtver. Stolen hawis Fuller. Van Haltrcn. Davis 2. Tiernan. Statford. Burke. Double Dlays-iNash. Lowe and Tucker; llyanand Lowe. HilbypitchedbaH Hurry. Wild pitch Gorman. Patted balls Ryan 1. Umpire Campbell. Time 2,10. UltlZlTKN j fiJIN WAS I'OU.VDIID. Pirates play in Great Form and lilt II lm Hdrd and Often. ' St. Louis, Mo., April 2G. Pink Hawley, ably assisted by the other Pirates, suc ceeded m giving the Browns a long string of goose egga Breitenstein was hit liard and often. Tho fielding of the visitors with one exceptiou was perfect. At tendance 2,000. JThe score: St Louis: " A.B. B.H.P0.A.E Miller, r. r 4 0 0 10 2 Cooley. c. f 4 0 17 0 2 Connor, lb., r. 4 0 0 10 0,0 Lyons. 3b.. 4 0 12 10 Quinn. 2b , 4 0 0 13 1 Dowd.l. f 3 0 1111 Elv. sa ".: 4 0 0 1 2 0 Peltz. c 3 0 2 4 10 Breitenstein. p 3 0 0 0-3-1 Total 33 0 5 27 11 7 Pittsburg: A.B. R. H.PO.A.E Donovan, r.f 5 0 110 0 Genius, c. f 3 10 3 0 0 Bcckloy. lb 4 1 0 10 0 0 Smith. If 4 12 10 0 BierbaiiT.2b 5 0 13 3 0 Clingman,3b 5 12 13 3 Cross, ss 5 2 2 2 4 0 Sucdon, o 4 13 4 0 0 Hawley. i) 4 0 12 2 0 Total 39 G 13 27 12 3 St. Louis ..00000000 00 Pittsburg ..00031200 0 G Earned runs Pittsburg3. Stolen bases Genius. Cross. Sugdan. Double play Bier baucr to Buckley. Tirst base on balls Off Breitenstein 4. off Hawley 1. "Struck out Bv Breitonstetn 2. Hawley 2. Time 2:10. Umpire Betts. Tlie Portsmuntli "Were Outbnttcd. Portsmouth, Va., April 26. Roanoko out batted and outficlded the Portsmoutlis in to-day's game and again costly errors with their usual ill luck tripled them up. Staul and Padden played a superb game throughout and Brandt for Portsmouth proved himself a pitcher. A most unusual play was made by Padden in the second inning when, with tlie assistance of Breen aud Clark, a triple play wnsmade, in which heput out all three men. Daly umpired aud gave satisfaction. Score: Portsmouth 01001004 05 Roanoke ..20000002 04 Portsmouth Hits, G; errors, 4. Roanoke Hits, 7; errors, 5. Batteries Biandt and Velter; Lloyd, Dunn and Clark. Hoys in ltod and Hlue "Won. The teams of the Columbia Athletic Club and Treasury Department in the game at Columbia eld yesterday afternoon were vory badly patched up, and the boys in red aud blue succeeded in wiuning wit h ridiculous ease. After the fiist inning the Treasury Department failed to get their eyes on the ball whilo on the otlierliand the Columbias hit rfeely and in every direction. Mills pitched a good game for the visitors but was poorly -supported behind the bat and in the Held. Tlie game was called in the sixth on account of darkness. Score by innings: B. II. E. Treasury Dent i... 30 000 1 4 8 5 C. A. C. ..s...i. 2 8 1 6 8x 2510 2 Batteries Treasury Dept., Mills and Martin and Mayes. C. A. C O'Lcary and Dickcrson. Umpire Mr. Bailey. lpriert Suvcd tlio Gnmo. Pctersburg,iVa. April 26. The game this afternoon was cloao up to tho ninth inning, -when tho score stood 4 to 4. Two singles and a home ru.n hit by Lippert netted Peters burg three runs, and the visitors could not overcomo tho'lead. The score: " B. BH.E. Petersburg .. ..20011000 37 9 7 Lynchburg 10020001 15 5 2 Batteries Dunklo and McClung; Orth and Schabel. Wells' ltccord nomo Iiit. Richmond, Va., April 26. By making hard hits -when they wera-most needed Rich mond won again in a beautifully played game. Tho features "were the fielding of Wells and Groves of the home team, and Hagan and Corcoran of tho visitors, and Wells' homo run hit over right field lence, thelongestdnvo made here this season. The score: R.BH.E. Richmond 0 0 0 112 0 0 04 7 4 Norfolk 0000010023 7 4 Batteries Diusmore, Foster; McDonald, Geier. Tho Young Alerts. The Young Alerts have organized a baseball club "for the season of 18J35, and will receive challenges from teams "whose players are not over fourteeu years of age. The players in the Young Alert are as fol lows: K. Breen, catcher; Duff and Arthur, pitcher or first base; Brooks, second; Breen, third; Hughs, shortstop; Steaveas, right- Try s once. N. W. NO BRANCH HOUSE IN THUS CIi" Held; Clark, left-field, and Moore, center field. W, Trail, munagcr. A.O.Arthur, captain. Ci:OItGTOWK' AND 1'JJNNSY. Vuralty Teniu 'Will Jonruey to I'lilln Jolpliiu To-ituj- for a Gttmo. The almost unbeaten aiid seemingly un beatuble baseball team of Georgetown Uni versity will make a journey to-day to PhUa delphlu to play a gams with tho strong Uni versity of "Penn" team tills afternoon. The two trains are more nearly matched than any of tho other college teams aud tho "!:& will In a hotly contested one. EitherMike Mahoney orCarmody, orboth, -will occupy the pitchers box for George town, and the team will bo the same that played the whining game with Princeton, with the addition vt Reardon In right field. A number of local "rootcra" nud admirers will accompany the tiam, filled with hopes for another victory. BOAT ItA.UK -ft.1' AK.VAl'OUS. I l;:ht-Oiired Ituct. Ht-tweeii Po to nines of This Uly mill Navul i-rtitfts. The invitation Trom the captain in charge or rowing at the Naval Academy at An napolis, to the Potomac Boat Club to row an eight-uared shell race on tho Severn, about May 18, was accepted last night by Copt. Will Atfiey, for the club. The can didates for seat.s in the boat will to-day he?In their practice work, anil ttie crew cl csen will go into the coni-'st with the hope or making a good sliowiug, if not to win, nr twithstandlng the short ume left to train in. It is impossible to state at lias time who will compose the crew, but it will be a mLcd crew aud a strong one. "Hng" UiilllSuyToollI. Cincinnati, O., April 2G. "Bug"-HollI-day, center f.clder of Hie Circlnnatl base ball club, ib FcriouEly afJbcted with ap pendicitis. He was reported dead to-day, causing mute u fctir amoLg the "fans." White he Is in ro immediate danger, it will be u long time before he can play ball. YO MEN'S PRESS ASSOCIATION. PropurntionH Nearly Completed for the Complimentary Entertainment. A special "meeting of the Women's Na tional Press Association was held at Willard's Hotel last evening to perfect arrangements -r the reception and enter tainment to U. Uf.dcred the friends of the association on May 4 next. Dr. Ella Marble, of the committee on entertainment reported that an excellent programme containing many interesting and novel feast tires had lieen prepared. It was resolved to send a floral tribute to the memory of Emily Thornton Charles, (Emily Hawthorne), whose funeral fi vices will lie held at the New York Avenue Presbyteriau Church this morning at 11 o'clock. Among thoEe present were Miss Lilian Park, Mrs. M. S. Lockwood, Mrs. 11. B. Sperry, Mrs. May W. Emerson, Mrs. Elvira Wright. Mrs. Sherwood, Jdrs. Mo are and MrB. Florence L. O'Donohue. Jjivlerlninment 6y High School Pupils. A novel and Interesting entertainment was given by the pupils of the Washington Business High School last night at the Central High School building on O ttreet, DetwLvn Sixth aud Seventh streets Lorth west, under tlie auspices of the faculty and undergraduates of the school. Tho programme contained musical and lit erary numbers, Indian club circling, calis thenic exercises, and concluded with a one-act farce entitled "The Two Bonny Castles." Those who took part were Misses Mar gret M. McLaughlin, Bessie N. Wiuchell, Bnlsy Hodgson, Grace Cramer, EfHe Young, Henrietta Groghan, M. B. Clem mer, Helen A. Power, Fanny Andrews, Maile Djllyu. Laura S. Fearson, Amanda Heilburne, Hesse, Helff, Losfter, Mil ler and Walsh, and Messrs. Noel Danice, Clms. II. Lyman and Edward Jones. "Visions and Dreams hy Hob" Taylor. Ex-Gov. "Bob" Taylor will make his fifth annual visit to Washingt m on May 9th, and at Metzerott Music Hall will de liver his latest success, "Visions and D reams." The many who have heard Gov. Taylor's beautiful rhapsody, "The Fid dle and the Bow," and his charming med ley, "The Paradise of Fools," will at test 1iij merit as an entertainer. He is witty and eloquent, and in ins own match less way he paints pictures of the dreams of youth and manhood, and the fading vis ions of old age, and with constantly dis solving views of human life entertains and enraptures his audiences. Seats for this enteitainmautareno" onsaleatMetzcrott's. Golden Crots Constitution. The Grand Commandery of lho United Order of the Golden Cross for the Dis trict jurisdiction held its fourth meeting of the present sesssion at the hall of National Commyjidery No. 346, on Louisiana avenuo, between Sixth and Seventh streets north west, and among other business tranf acted adopted two amendments to the constitu tionone providing for semi-annual ses sions or the grand body, in April and Sep tember, and the other requiring that herc aftef the election of officers shall take place on the first evening of the April ses sion and their installation on the last even ing of the same session. First Meeting of the A. A.. A. The younger members of the Geological Survey, who last fall organized a society under the title of the A. A. A., gave their nrst anuaul banquet at Willard's Hotel last evening. The affair, which was purely of an informal character, was parti cipated in by twelve members of the society. Mr. H. B. 0. Nitzer acted as toast master. Preceding the banquet a short business meeting was held at which plans were formulated for conducting tho society during the ensuing year. Annual Plunked Shnd Dinner. The Association of Fire Underwriters of tho District of Columbia will hold its an nual planked-shad dinner at Marshall Hall on Tuesday, May 7th. The Macal estcr has been chartered for the occasion, and if history repeats itself this dinner will be one of the gala eveuta of the outing- season. "Wi3tnd Plensitro Club Incorporated. The "West End Pleasure Club" was in corporated yesterday. It is to be literary and social in character. The i ncorporators and directors for tlie first year are John W. McGee, John W. Small, John A. Olcary, Andy Hollorau and John D. McAuliffe. Their term is five years and their quarters arw at the West End Barge, at Thirty-first and Caual streets. WE BELIEVE IN ADVERTISING If it ia done in the proper manner. The public has been fooled so often try GLAR ING STATEMENTS of different firms, that they have become very SKEPTI CAL, and hardly know WHOM to believe. The many who have visited OUR es tablishment have learned that we make NO MISREPRESENTATION, but wc do EXACTLY WHAT WE ADVERTISE, and even more. Our GREATEST diffi culty Is toconvincc tho publicthat wc are sellinsr such a SUPERIOR, quality of clothing for so little money. This we do because we MANUFACTORE our cloth ing, and BETAIL it at tlie WHOLESALB PRICE. If you want to save tho RETAILER'S protit, which is fully 25 to 40 per cent, come to US. as we are the MAUNFACTURERS. Save the Retailer's Profit by Corning to Us. Children's Suits in Scoth Cheviots, Cassinieres. Flannels. Tweeds. Black and Fancy AVorsteds. ages 4 Io 15 years, at S1.93, $2.48. 52.93, S3.50.S3.9S.S4.50, S4.9SJ. S5.50. S5.98. S6.C0. etc. Boys' Suits, in all styles of material and patterns, ages 14 to 19 years. S5.00, $0.00, $6.50. $7.00, $i.50,S8.50, $9.00, $9.50, $10.00, $12.00 and $13.50. Aim's Suit3, all wool, sold elsowhoro for ten and twclrn dollars, irholesalo Q7 Cfl prieo , p i .OU Jit n's Vicuna Jllaelc aud Blue Unfinished Woratod Suit, 80ld olaewhore for CJQ CO twelve dollars, wlioloaalo pneo iJpO.OU JIeu3 all wool BlajU Clay Worsted Suits. Saci and Cutaway, sold olseirherd C Q CA for tvrolvo lol! ira, wholosalo prico pO.KjJ Jlen'a Imported Oay Worsted and Fancy Cheviot isuita. said elsswhero T 1 riflO fci thirteen and fifteen doibtrt. wtiolosale priee if) 1 mJJJ Jlcn's Tailor-uiado Imported Fancy Worsted Suits, pin checlr, neat strips and otii et rattorus, sold elssnhcro for sixteen and eighteen dollars, t? 1 O Cfj v.lioles.-ilo price f) I -J A full lino of liner grades up to $25. YOUR MONEY CHEERFULLY RETURNED ON ANY PURCHASE NOT SATISFACTORY. Open Daily from 7.30 A. M. to 7 P, El. Saturday flights until 10 P. M. Wholesale and Retail Manufacturing Clothiers 403 and 405 Seventh Street Northwest. Factory and Salesroom, 4-02 and 4-04- Penn Street, Reading-, Pa, Ulilbti ntf cndAL Ur rullifi Copyright Develops a Surprising Amount of Speed. KINS THE MARYLAND STAKES The St Asaph Track Will Fcsitively Be En larged to a Full Hilc When Fiauhed, " ApDlication Will Ee Made for Member ship in tho Western Tnrf Congress Talent Hava a Hard Day Results and Entries. Humors as to the future course of the Virginia Jockey Club are as thick as flies in summer time. Reports of every kind and description have beeu -circulated as to just what they will do after their jockey club license expires on the 14 th of May. The very latest theory dished out and one that is least likely to happen is that one track will run in the morning and the other in the afternoon. Whatever takes place (here Is one thing certain and that ia that the track will at once be enlarged to a full mile and an applica tion made to the Western Turf Congress for membership. The success or failure of racing in New York State will largely Influence the out come of any step which may be taken, and supporters of clean, honest sport are watching with great interest the actions of the St. Asaph management. The orflcials and those most directly inter ested in the club decidedly state that nothing will be done that can by any possibility bring them under the ban of either of the racing associations. The racing yesterday afternoon was of the highest class. Tlie attendance was large and the betting heavy. Tne only thing to mar the serenity of the snort was Copyright's win in tlie Maryland stakes. On the form of his last two races he was properly made a 12 to 1 shot. Buckrene was a prohibitive favorite at 1 to 3. PLAYED TO BEAT THE FAVROITE. Charade was the only one largely played to ''beat the favorite, being hammered from tens down to S to 1. To a good start Buckrene went to the front and ran locked with Landownc to the far turn where Copyright moved up and getting m front he and the favorite had a heart breaking drive clean through the stretch. At the end Copyright won by a short head. The time, 1.40, was very fast, some wathces were making it 1.39 1--. On Monday Copyright was baaly beaten by Captain T. and Sir Dixou, jr , and on Friday last Weinberg and Landowne easily disposed of him. There may be some explanation for this kindof in and out and if so the talent would like to hear it. in the opening event Pontlear ruled a favor.te at all times, closing at G to 5. Phoebus was the one most played. He opened at twentys, receded to filtys, and the money pouring in on him, he finally closed at e'ghts. After a fcort delay at tho post they got awawith the favorite in front. Ho and Ina raced out in fiont the wltolo trip and had a little fight through the stretch, Pout iear finally winning by a neck. The two-year-old race brought a field of tlnrtceu to tho post. Heretic was most rancicd, and had lirst call at even rnoLcy. Rhododendruni Tvas touted as a "good tlmjg"andhammored from tens tofa to 1. JACKINE SWERVED While- at tlie post Jackine swerved into tlie inside rail and went through it Shecdy, who had the mount on him, was knocked off and the colt was withdrawn Rhododon drum Jumped into tho lead when they got away and stayed there to the head of the stretch, where Heretic got up and won by one-half a length from Old Ago W B. Jennings' played in hard luck in tho fourth event Ho sold Stanley M. the other day for $200 Yesterday he had Jerome entered in the same race with the cast off He played his horse heavily, sending him to tho pust a 7 to 5 favorite, and had the pleasure of seeing Stanley M gallop away from him Hamnne was made a 6 to 5 first choice in the next race, bat could finish no better than second. Ctuswick, a R to l shot, went to the fore in the first furlong add in a hard drive lasted long enough to get the decision by a head. The talent worked to get even on the last race, and made Appomattox a hot favorite at 7 to 10. He and Stowaway ran head io head to tl e last furlong, where Integrity, a 30 to 1 shot, passed them both and won by a head. Gossip on tho Lairn. Doggctt spoiled a beautiful start in the rourth race by refusing to break with Jc come, and was fined $50 for his pains. Old Age came like a wild horse iu tho stretch, and would surely have won with au even break. J Hammle rau a game race, moving up rrom next to last Many tho -ght tt-i he won, bt th judges did not seit tha way. Apporsatt. .x was v-ry stiff btfr 13 race, and Doth he and Stowaway pull-d up lame. Carter nail jvent down the line on Clams. He made a small bet In every book that would lay Mm 100 to 1. After the rourth race Stanley M. was bid up to $600, and boaght by Mattie Cor bett. E. Ball bojtfil on the far turn, and jumped the fence. H Browu, who rude her, struck his head against a post and wn knocked EerssWesu. Ho soon recovers, however, and byoad a big bump was congt the worse for his fall. Results hi M. Asaph. Weather clear. Track fast. -j A i First Race FivefnrtonRS. Threcyear- IUt old. Soiling. Purse J238. Tlrao, l.-CIJ Ind. HorsoAWt. St. Jd St. Fin. ckV. Et. SG Pontlear, 1QG.. 1 1- la la RelaT 0-3 84 Ina,M 2 St 2? 25 Keafe 5-2 103 Ettane,9S 3 3a 3a 3n 97 South bide, 104. 4 5 G 4 102 PacatKis, 18i 5 6 5 5 fcG Canons, 97 7 7 7 G 97 B. P. Belle, 101-G 4 4 7 0 StVIncont-ICS.. S 8 3 8 Start good. Won driving-. F.O'LryU Pena 25 Nacay 8 Welch 40 IL lynch 5 Sheedy 1J0 -fflK Maiden tne-y ear olds Purse S25tt V.3- XJO tance, half mil a Time, .SO se'onda Ind. Horse & Wc St 16 Sc Fia. JcVy Ec 90 HoretfelCS 2 2il 1C Daggett 1 92 Old Age, 105.... 6 4 3 2 4 K. Dog't 4 92 Rhodod'm.MS .. 1 1n2n 3 Penn 8 Laura TJavfe, IK 3 3 4 4 Kaefo CO 92 Charana. MB 3 8 7 5 "ftelch. 15 92 Tyvaua. 15 7 8 6 6 Llulead.6 Lon Jofles.108 4 5 5 7 Eeifi J3 99 Tho -H'. M -.- 5 7 8 8 Cow a 100 Connems'b, 106 .10 9 9 8 Nacey 40 99 JIuriol.li6 111111 10 B. Bra CO Foiicae, 105 9 10 M 11 H.LynTi CO 99 May Peters, 105 12 12 12 12 Trince 100 92 Jackine, 106 Withdrawn. Shesdy. SO Start fair. Won cleverly. -Iff TWrd Race Maryland Stakes of Jl 000 JLvO Three-year-olds and upwards. One mile, lime, 1:WL Ind. norse & Wc SC J$ SC Fin. JTck'y Be 93 Copyright. 105.. G 4 25 In Nacey. 12 (94) Buckrene, lOd... 2 Prig. 106 4 89 Charade. 110 ... 5 IU la 2.1 ReJl 1-3 3i 3a 3S Pena 15 6 5 4 DoggetC S 93 Sandowne. 103.. 1 2W 4 5 Jlidgler 15 3) Equity, 107 3 5 6 6 LItUTd. 10 Bead heat Start good. Won driving. -t A"r Fourth Race HaWena of all acea. IV I Six furlongs. Selling. Purse, $230. Time, 1:165$. Ind. Borso & Wc St i SC Fin. Jck"y Be S5 Stanley M., bS.. 2 1& 1C 13- F. OXy 20 Jerome, 107 7 2 2- 2 Doggett7-5 65 V:sion, 104 8 6 5 3 Penn. 5-2 85 Tolcsa. 1G3 6 54 Nacey SO Dospot, 103 4 4 4 5 J.IIortn. 6 76 Wb. Cock'e.104. 5 S 6 H. Lynch. 40 78 Flying Scud; 95. 3 7 7 Sheedy 15 63 Lotas, 1CS 138 ilidgo.y. 30 S5 B1nmevilIe,lO7.10 9 SJ) Avery 15 63 Camiagne.lOO 12 10 10 Barton. 15 (S Wei -01116.29 ..9 11 U WeUh. 20 99 E. Ball. 77 Bolted" B. Brown. 20 Start good. Won easily -i no Fl'th Race Sixth and one-half furlongs. JLUO Selling Thro-year-od3 anil upwards. Parse j2"Xl Timo, lsSJftt Ind. Horso &. Wc Sc H St Fin. J'ck'y Bt G Chiswiok, 113... 3 In In lh Dugg'C 6 1C2 Bammie.113... 6 G 5 2h Little'd. 6-5 102 Bon Lomo'd, 118 5 4 4 3h McCafy 5 SI longorook, 115. 4 5 8 4 3Ilpgely 10 SO Bou d Bro'lclOS 2 2t 2n 5 Penn. 5 U3 Viraeo. 1ft. ... 7 7 7 6 Lynch. SO 102 Wst PirSt, 1CS . 1 3 3. 7 Welch. 10 Start good. Won driving. -t AH fcixth race Three-year-okls and np UJ ward. Sis furlongs. Selling- Parse $230. Time, lsnwA Ind. Horse &c SC V, SC Fin. J'ck'y l!C Intecrltv. 105... 4 4 4 lh wetlr su btowaway, 18.. 2 Appomattox,103 3 100 Paladin. 105 ... 1 93 Pcthe Great,103 6 102 Clams, 105 7 2- lh a Midgley 6 lh 2ii 3n LH'flehi 7-10 3 3 4 Penn 3 6 6 5 Cowman 40 7 7 5 Lee 100 5 5 7 Koefo 10 91 Rostralnt. 105.. 5 Start good. Won driving. To-ilt ' Bntrles at Alexander Island. FIVE SEIBOLD FIVE Tint race SK and ene-quartor turtoss. seams lad Horse. WC lad rore. WC 171 nlucnird .. ..Ill 144 llateyim 106 151 Tedd Gecg .. -HI 1 HtlKatwood 10 151 VesMtmla .. .111 163 Hfalr .. -lOS ir.G J MeCaach .108 171 Tim Flymi 105 1G8 Can't Tell I0S (131) Claasman lf.6 Lriua ... .IPS 170 ricfcaway (175) Rama ... .108 1154) R&Jtta .. , 1 105 - 92 1C2 Ella 10S Second race OBC-hair ralle; tww-jear-oM Ind Home. Wc Ind. Horse. WC U24) Wistful 112 124 YoonjrGrtHo ! 12t Tiatth Olrl .. 112 "50 Wbcatfeml I'ervene 107 KapkU .. 10 11-2 121 Irish II lOT. 124 Bob .. 1J.I Third race Six and ene-aaarterfurhHiKS.seUins led. Horse. Wc Ind. Horse. Wc 174 Tommy Lallr .111 ws. p' 10 10S SYde . . ..lit 174 Tlwclcaray lit 101 W O'Brien 111 174 .Aiaxs 123 Qallia Ill 163 Jha 1 174 Krlte . .. -Ill 160 Taeoaey 112 .112 1'C 104 103 1G7 Annie T. . 111 ltT KteMt 174 Monte Carlo ..111 147 Uellasrte Fourth raco One and oa-etaUi aHs. soiling Ind noise. Wc Ind Horse. WC (173) Gul. King .. 104 143 TlayTlm 08 ITU PatWoodCoct.-tOl 150 Pntttser . 95 (133) nenvollo .. .101 170 VesMlenee 95 1C1 PrlnceKlaHieth.lOl 173 rart . . 'J5 Fifth race Fivc-elRhlh ot a mile; elHns Ind " Horse. Wc Ind Home. WC (171) V.Vadcfcopper .120 167 Iran. Fr Lw loO (1G6) Key West .. ..IIS 150 WanK 100 (1C7) Tain. Hall ..117 175 La ray f lo 107 Con Lucy .. ..115 Mamie R luS 171 Klmstone .. 116 81 Imp. Vel. Hose "U 1G3 Kazan 113 187 FarraKBl . 94 levlund HI 147 Dr.Paifcaarst lot Slith raec Six and oo-hlf rar)g: svlHasr Ind. Horse. Wc Ind. Hersc. WC Sarcasm 110 173 Jehnny .. . . I0O (1G3) Trtnoulo ..100 IBS MatWeChon (170) Connors 10 (160) nrsnttoa 85 140 McKtuvtrr ..103 Refers to SC Asaph series. SelcetinnH. First race Rama, Vestibule. Second race Wistful, Wheatland. Third race Tommy Lally, Adaxus Fourtb rao. Benvolio, Paris. Fifth race Key West, Con Lucy. Sixth race Brous ton, Trinculo.